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post #31 of 243
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Originally Posted by olblueyez View Post
It sounds like there is a problem and she doesnt know how to confront you about it. Is it possible to say what kind of amp it is?
Yep, this I can see as the only explanation since she’s still posting.
post #32 of 243
this is so weird, I was almost sure she'd respond here right away explaining herself
post #33 of 243
I'm sure she has a good reason and will explain all in due course.

post #34 of 243
Like others I certainly did not see this coming!
Sure hope she take up communication and eventually resolve the issue.
post #35 of 243
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post #36 of 243
From personal experience with regards to having a custom amp built (didn't complete the deal since it took so long) 6 months may be a short time, but it doesn't excuse her of poor communications. I hope this issue would be cleared for the benefit of both parties involved.
post #37 of 243
Avoiding communication regarding a transaction is a death knell for any business. I can find no valid excuse for her obviously blatant disregard in this matter. Her reputation is now questionable as are her business ethics.
post #38 of 243
When you have other daily responsibilities, it's easy to be overwhelmed by a large project.

When you don't make 20 of something, it's easy to make expensive mistakes on one of them.

This is why i generally resist doing DIY work for people.
post #39 of 243
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Originally Posted by ericj View Post
When you have other daily responsibilities, it's easy to be overwhelmed by a large project.

When you don't make 20 of something, it's easy to make expensive mistakes on one of them.

This is why i generally resist doing DIY work for people.
But it's rather easy to send a pm when you are logged-in.
post #40 of 243
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Originally Posted by tattoou2 View Post
But it's rather easy to send a pm when you are logged-in.
Agreed. There really is absolutely no excuse for the lack of communication.
post #41 of 243
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post #42 of 243
That is very strange indeed. She seems very nice, and alot of well-known members on this forum have been to her home for meets.
Someone should give her a phone call and alert her to this thread so she can answer this problem. Im sure theres a good reason. It may be an honest problem shes trying to fix, and pride or fear of embarrassment is just delaying her from answering, while shes trying to fix it. Maybe she wants to fix it before she answers and is soldering away as we speak, all in a sweat?
Im sure this will all work out fine in the end.
Most people are pretty understanding here as long as there is communication, so she shouldnt be afraid to answer.
post #43 of 243
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Originally Posted by olblueyez View Post
I don't think we should start a trend of bad mouthing Germania before we know what happened. This is the first time and knowing this I don't think we should get too negative yet. Perhaps if we merely said that we would like to help out if we can would be a better way to approach this for now. I have read enough of her posts to realize this is not how she would want things so there must be a problem somewhere.
I like the idea of offering to help out.
post #44 of 243
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Originally Posted by mr_baseball_08 View Post
Didn't see this one coming..
Me neither.
I hope Germania will chime in here and will have a good reason. You have waited long enough for a response imo!
post #45 of 243
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